Road Biking in Glacier National Park

Cycling to-the-Sun is a unique and thrilling experience. Let your wheels roam free and have the most beautiful road in the Park all to yourself early in the season. The road opens to bikers and hikers before allowing vehicle traffic in the springtime. Enjoy this favorite two-wheeled ritual May-June.
The beauty doesn’t end in Glacier National Park. Surrounding Flathead Valley has plenty of beautiful roads to enjoy on two wheels. A trip on Lakeshore Drive in Whitefish is a great out and back option for east side views of Whitefish Lake. Head north to Eureka for an 80 mile loop all the way around Lake Koocanusa. Another popular road ride is an out and back option on Star Meadows Road which combines beautiful scenery and solitude.

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  • Let your wheels roam free and have Going-to-the-Sun Road all to yourself early in the season before it opens to vehicle traffic
  • Enjoy lake vistas on loops around Whitefish Lake and Lake Koocanusa 
  • Explore beautiful backroads of the Flathead Valley

Getting Here

Going-to-the-Sun Road can be accessed from the east or west entrance of Glacier National Park. 
GPS Coordinates:
Driving here in a car with GPS? Enter the following coordinates into your GPS unit:
Going-to-the-Sun Road: 48.678499"N and Longitude -113.653685"W
Whitefish: Latitude 48.404140"N and Longitude -114.381125"W
Lake Koocanusa: Latitude 48.928668” N and Longitude -115.191064” W
Star Meadows: Latitude 48.455596” N and Longitude -114.534930” W

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